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Has anyone purchased one and are they any good, or is it "you get what you pay for" Thanks for any info.

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I have one and it seems pretty good for the price. I also have an aquaview which I think has a better design, screen and seems to work a little better in low light conditions, but I don't think you can beat the fishTV for the price. I'm planning on rigging mine up to try and get muskie strikes on video. cool.gif

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that sounds awesome muskieslayer...you will have to keep us posted on that!! I would try, but I need to get bites in order to get video, I just throw lures:)

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Ive checked them out. They have the same picture and visibility during the day. At night they are not as good. Great deal though.

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 Originally Posted By: skies_and_eyes
I just throw lures:)
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Yeah, I pretty much do the same thing. I hope to improve though.

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I noticed that it runs on either C or D batteries---I don't remember which ones. How long can you run the FishTV on one set of batteries?

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hook, your camera backwards so lens is facing lure on a deep see squid wires.(offical name can't think of) Then you tie on 3 feet of thick line. ANd troll around, with or with out down rigger.

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